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Rep. John Lewis Testifies In Opposition of Sessions
Rep. John Lewis testified during the second day of a confirmation hearing for Attorney General-designate, Sen. Jeff Sessions, before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
US Move to Secure Election Systems Meets Criticism
A last-minute Obama administration decision to designate election systems as critical infrastructure is drawing intense criticism from state and federal officials
Vice President-Elect Defends Trump's Unsubstantiated Claim of 'Millions' of Illegal Votes
Vice President-elect Mike Pence defended President-elect Donald Trump 's recent tweet claiming without evidence that "millions" of fraudulent votes were cast in the 2016 election. "It's his right to express his opinion as President-elect of the United States," Pence told ABC News' George
Fact-Checking Trump's Claims About 'Serious Voter Fraud'
Donald Trump made a controversial claim on Twitter Sunday -- amid a push for recounts in several states -- that "millions of people" voted illegally and that "serious voter fraud " occurred in California, New Hampshire and Virginia. The president-elect didn't cite any evidence, but transition team
David Muir Looks Back on Election 2016 with ABC News' Campaign Digital Journalists
ABC News' David Muir looks back on the 2016 election with ABC News' campaign digital journalists Liz Kreutz, Josh Haskell, John Santucci, and Candace Smith.
Greater Johnstown Middle School Eighth Grade Students Hold Mock Election
ABC News' Deborah Roberts takes us inside Greater Johnstown Middle School where an eighth grade civics class did a mock election of their own.
Key Demographics to Watch in Florida
ABC News' Paula Faris on surge of early voting in Florida and what key demographics to watch.
Kellyanne Conway: 'Disappointing' Some GOP Leaders Not Voting for Trump
Right I do want to go to Donald Trump's campaign manager. Kellyanne Conway who's joining us is this evening I think you're trump tower maybe they helped and thank you for coming on Tommy your feeling right now. We're failing grade storage we like the fact that in some of these states it looks like
NAACP Lawyer Talks North Carolina Voter Disenfranchisement Lawsuit as Voters Wait in Line
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks speaks with voters and law professor Irving Joyner, at a Durham, North Carolina polling location.
Predicting Colorado's Impact on the 2016 Election
ABC News' Clayton Sandell talks with University of Denver political science professor Seth Masket and local reporter Mark Stewart about Colorado's role in the presidential contest.